This Saturday, May 13 from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM at the West Hollywood Park Auditorium, the West Hollywood Women’s Leadership Conference & Network (WLC) is gathering leaders, activists, and community advocates to build their leadership skills, meet new people, and actively join the conversation on changing the world. Saturday’s program will feature dynamic speakers, panel discussions, advocacy workshops, and valuable online and offline tools/resources. Our partners at The Amplifier Foundation will be speaking about the power of art and activism focusing on We The People and giving away posters from the campaign. Los Angeles, the event is open to the public so I recommend you stop by and check it out! Visit wehowlc.org to purchase tickets to the event and remember to use the promotion code OBEY4WLC for $10 off admission. – Shepard
What: The West Hollywood Women’s Leadership Conference (WLC) is a local boutique conference designed to give participants the tools to lead, succeed, and grow. This year’s theme will focus on how to effectively launch and partake in an advocacy initiative and activism.
Attendees can cultivate their leadership skills to change the world!
Admission includes: Access to all-day programming, continental breakfast, lunch, free validated parking, networking opportunities, and a conference gift bag! Purchase tickets here.
When: Saturday, May 13, 2017 (8:00 AM – 5:00 PM)
Visuals: Cady McClain, Grace Lee, and Finola Hughs
Why: Leaders, activists, and community advocates gather to not only be inspired but to build their leadership skills, meet new people, and actively join the conversation on changing the world. The day features dynamic speakers, engaging panel discussion, advocacy workshops, and valuable online and offline tools/resources.
The program includes tips on how to get appointed to a California State Commission or Board, learning on effective ways you can advocate for yourself and other women in the workplace and discussions on how technology can be used as a pathway to women’s equality. Workshops vary from honing your op-ed writing skills, discussing tactics on how to influence your legislative representatives and sharing ideas on how to be an effective activist.
Who: Sponsored by the City of West Hollywood
Where: West Hollywood Park Auditorium/Library
625 N. San Vicente Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069
Across the street from the award-winning Pacific Design Center